Former MP, Wakefield
I thank the hon. Member for Renfrew, West (Mr. Maclay) for the great compliment he has paid to my party in saying that if we were clearer about our ideas the rest of the world would be much clearer too. That is the foundation of our own belief as a party. If more people understood what we mean, the world would be better off for it. " The Times," in a leading article last Thursday, pointed...
I do not intend to be drawn into any comment on some Press reference the origin of which I do not know.
I am not called upon to answer that question at all. I have had longer experience than has the hon. and learned Member for Norwich, South (Mr. H. Strauss). As I was saying, we cannot be criticised because we have stated the Socialist view, nor can a Labour Government be criticised because, within the ambit of the accepted policy of the party, it moves as quickly as it can to the objectives to...
Former MP for Wakefield
Entered the House of Commons on 15 November 1922 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 9 June 1954 — Died
Also represented Nelson and Colne
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